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Professor Layton VS Phoenix Wright Review: Puzzling Trials

Professor Layton VS Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Price: System(s): 3DS Release Date: August 29, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Nintendo (LEVEL-5 Inc. ©CAPCOM CO., LTD.) ESRB Rating: “Teen” for Mild Blood, Mild Suggestive Themes, Mild Violence, and Use of Alcohol Professor Layton VS Phoenix Wright, once a Japan-only exclusive, has “crossed over” to our shores at last. more »

My Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call parties are based on my OTPs

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call isn’t just a music game. It’s a music game with RPG elements. That means a player doesn’t just go through the songs. Arranging a proper party of characters is just as important, as having people with the right stats for certain kinds of songs will make it easier to obtain more »

10 Games you need to play on the PlayStation TV

The PlayStation TV is coming out on October 14, 2014, and this micro-console needs to be on the wishlists of everyone with a PlayStation Plus subscription and spare DualShock 3 lying around. You may have passed on the Vita bandwagon for “reasons,” but now is your chance. The PlayStation TV won’t play every Vita game, more »

Super Smash Bros’ Settle it in Smash commercials are awesome

Ready to watch the magic happen? Here we go. Nintendo sometimes makes really weird commercials to promote its games, and it decided to go the “crazy” route with Super Smash Bros.. You may have to brace yourself, because this is the best kind of strangeness. Nintendo wants everyone to “Settle it with Smash!” The idea more »

Portable will be perfect for Project Scissors

Portable platforms are perfect for horror games. They allow for the perfect ambiance, when you think about it, since someone can huddle in a dark room, perhaps under some blankets, and enjoy a game that will make the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end. That fact that the Clock Tower legacy more »

Dragon Quest Review: History in your pocket

Dragon Quest Price: $2.99 System(s): iOS, Android Release Date: September 11, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Square Enix (Square Enix) ESRB Rating: “Everyone” for Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence There’s no better feeling than playing a game you know you love. You’ve played it before, perhaps even dozens of times, and you know you’re still going to more »

The Goat Simulator iOS and Android versions are wreaking havoc everywhere

Those concerned about the hooved, horned, and prehensile-tongued menace that is the goat should probably avoid iTunes and Google Play for a few weeks. The Goat Simulator iOS and Android ports are here. They’ve popped up inexplicably and without warning, and we all will have to face the prospect of people we know acting like more »

The Nyan Cyber silicon 3DS cat cover is comfortable and cute

When I heard about the Cyber Gadget 3DS cat covers, I couldn’t Google fast enough to find out where I could get one. $20 later , one was being shipped to my house. I didn’t think I actually needed a 3DS cover. I always keep them protected in a purse or bag and none of more »

Here’s Your September 19, 2014 Indie Game Bundle Update

This week’s indie game bundle has exploded. It’s huge. How huge? There are 31 indie game bundles available this week. It’s incredible. If you can’t find something for yourself in this update, you aren’t looking hard enough. I know I picked up the Groupees Shiny Loot 7 bundle myself. See for yourself how great this more »

Nintendo eShop Update for September 18, 2014

How do you spell anticlimactic? E-S-H-O-P! Yes, today is one of “those” updates. There are new and games, but none of them are really worth getting excited about. It’s bound to happen on a week where the two most exciting, eShop exclusives are Virtual Console titles, and was probably arranged on purpose so the just-released more »

TGS 2014: Vita is technically getting Final Fantasy Type-0 too

Square Enix made a lot of enemies when it announced Final Fantasy Type-0 HD was a at E3 2014. Vita and PSP owners were incensed, since the game made its debut there and there had been huge fan campaigns designed to convince the company there was a market for this particular game outside of Japan. more »

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Yuffie DLC is worth the $1

I’m playing Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call right now, but it’s fair to say I’m obsessing over it. This is a huge game, with 221 included songs and over 60 characters, which is a mind-boggling scope. So much so, that some may wonder if Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call DLC is worth it. (Especially since more »